In October of 2023, thousands of girls and their supporters from around the world will come together for G.I.R.L. 2023 in Orlando, FL. Hosted by the Girl Scouts of the USA, the mega event will provide attendees with unforgettable experiences as they gain inspiration, tools to empower themselves, and the know-how to lead change in their communities - connecting with some of the most influential women in the world along the way. Contribute to the expenses of our GSHG Girl Scouts as they travel to convention and return as go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders!
Contribute to the training of our volunteers! GSHG Volunteers serve Girl Scouts every day, and have necessary training to complete before leading troops in certain activities. Any donation is helpful to aid in the success of our volunteers.
BECOME PART OF HISTORY with the purchase of the Everyday Savings Program. This program gives you instant mobile access to over 350,000 savings offers nationwide for just $20. You $ave and Funds are Raised for the Girl Scouts! It’s easy to sign up and start saving.
2. Receive $100.00 worth of travel credits and save more than the cost of the program immediately. Here is a sample of some great travel opportunities.
3. Start saving, give back and share this amazing opportunity with your friends and family!
The First Girl Scout Headquarters building was formerly the carriage house for Juliette Low’s adult home, and it now houses the council’s archives and serves as a museum and program activity center. We’re replacing the bricks in the courtyard with new, commemorative engraved bricks. They are 4”x8” in size and cost $100 each. Share a message or just list your name. To purchase a brick, please print/complete the Commemorative Brick Order Form and return it with your payment (Visa, MasterCard or check) to any GSHG council shop, or to save time and gas, order your brick online now!
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia orders commemorative bricks approximately every three months and bricks are installed within a month of each order. To be safe we recommend ordering your commemorative brick at least 6 months ahead of time if you are planning a trip to Savannah and would like to see your brick in person or surprise your troop or loved one.
For additional information, please contact Customer Care at 1-888-689-1912.
Businesses and organizations can invest in girls by sponsoring Girl Scout QuestFest, Thin Mint Throwdown or another signature event, contributing through employee matching gifts, or by becoming a year-long GSHG Partner. For more information, contact LaDon Shaw.
Help more families experience the amazing benefits of Girl Scouting by contributing to our Family Partnership Campaign. Simply add on a gift amount of your choice when you renew your membership or sign up for a Adult Membership or Girl Membership. Already registered? Make a donation here. Your donation of $30 will ensure a Daisy Society patch for your girl.
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia is kicking off The Girl Scout Cookie Challenge on February 10, 2023! Girl Scout members and supporters are encouraged to join us in this fun challenge to get the word out about Girl Scouts and support the Girl Scout Cookie Program. The instructions are simple; find out more here!
Looking to sponsor more than just an event? Please contact LaDon Shaw. Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia now offers yearly partnerships with various benefits for those businesses and organizations that would like to align with GSHG in building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Aside from formal donations, you can easily earn money for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia when you shop. Make an investment in Girl Scouting by shopping at Kroger (organization #WC414) and using Amazon Smile, eBay Giving Works, and iGive! Check out the Walmart Registry for Good and donate to Girl Scouts while you shop online!
Some people think that philanthropy is just about foundations or large companies giving away lots of money, but that's only one part. Philanthropy is really about everyday people giving the time and help to causes they care about... like Girl Scouts! Alumnae, troop leaders, and Girl Scout volunteers can be philanthropists... and girls can too! It's easy! Just use our tools and resources below to complete Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia's "I am a Philanthropist" program:
- Make Your Own Bank
- Contribution Form
- Girl Workbook
- IAP Submission Form
- Parent Letter
- Troop Leader Guide
Imagine being deployed half way around the world as a member of our armed services. Now imagine the pleasure of receiving a taste of home in a box of Girl Scout Cookies. Imagine wide eyes and hungry smiles! Each year, deployed service members all over the world will enjoy their favorite Girl Scout Cookies as a result of Operation Cookies from Home, a program of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. Learn more by clicking here!
Many employers participate in the United Way Annual Campaign, which allows employees to contribute to a charity of choice through payroll deduction. Also, many companies will match their employee’s charitable contributions through matching gifts programs. To find out if your company has a matching gifts program, please contact your human resources office.